The images above are of CLXL745 sprayed with two applications of 4 ounces of Newpath. It was sprayed with a ground rig with a sophisticated control system that is supposed to prevent overlapping and skipping. The problem was not noticed until the second application. Clearly there was a serious overlap problem. The accurate guidance system probably contributed if the malfunction occurred on both the first and second applications. If it did, then these areas got 16 ounces of Newpath. If it only malfunctioned on the second spraying then the affected area received 12 ounces of Newpath. If this had not been a hybrid the injury might not have been as serious, but it still would have had an effect. With only one copy of the resistance gene the plant is overwhelmed. The only thing to do here is call a priest and fix the spray rig.